low carbon economy
The world's leading IT company, Microsoft, is taking the big plunge into carbon neutrality, the company has announced.
Greenpeace just released a new report entitled, How Dirty is Your Data? The report highlights the organization's assessment of energy use in the cloud technology service sector.
Scotland’s First Minister Alex Salmond, a member of Scotland’s National Party (SNP) recently committed his fellow SNPers to a renewable energy goal of 100 percent by 2020.
As the United Kingdom closes its Energy Market Reform (EMR) consultation with the Associate of Electricity Producers (AEP), questions over carbon emissions and efficiency wait to be answered. The cost of energy, however, is set to rise regardless of where it comes from.
The United Kingdom has made a commitment to have all new homes be zero-carbon buildings by 2016. A debate, however, has sparked up over whether or not the government will really design a program that will develop zero-carbon housing.
With aging power networks that were built in the 1950s and 1960s trying to deliver new sources of energy as well as handle increased electricity demand, UK electricity regulator Ofgem says Britain will require a